Below, you’ll find the Reasoning & Rationale to what we call a Bill-Request. Once certain milestones are met, as defined HERE, lawyers will be called upon to draft what will then become a Bill-Demand to Congress and the President.
Published in 2015
First objective: To keep in the United States, and bring to the United States, the best and the brightest foreign student-entrepreneurs who can present blueprints that’ll advance the cause of U.S. employment, i.e. create jobs for US-based job seekers. If these foreigners can concurrently improve America’s competitive posture in international markets, while advancing the cause of U.S. employment, then all the better.
Second objective: To prep our embassies and consulates, worldwide, to import onshore as much talent from offshore as possible, even if it irks both allies and foes abroad, and puts us in a diplomatic bind from time to time. Again, so long as those human imports can clearly demonstrate viable blueprints for new companies that’ll generate jobs for resident workers on domestic soil, we must engineer our embassies and consulates to entice them and recruit them.
Whether it be Finland’s best and brightest minds, or India’s best and brightest minds, we need to try to haul them here if they can build new corporations here, to produce more revenue for the nation, and generate new jobs for Americans in need of jobs.
In furtherance of that goal, the third objective would be to establish a national taxpayer funded venture capital fund, a cash reservoir administered not by government bureaucrats, but by brilliant private minds from around the country. The purpose of the national venture capital fund — to promote and finance the business plans of these foreigners, so that they may spawn high-quality/high-pay jobs, for none other than our homegrown labor force.
You’ve just read the full description to the reasoning & rationale for this Bill-Request. Your vote in support of it, is appreciated.